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    Hey guys I'm looking for a free real easy-to-use good quality CD burning program and etc. for a DVD burning program. What do y'all suggest for the two?

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    I use "Toast Titanium" on my Mac. For PC I think the choice is "Nero"

    Try google. There might be some freebee or trial versions.

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    DVD Fab-Platinum Ed.
    "Appreciation of audio is a completely subjective human experience. Measurements can provide a measure of insight, but are no substitute for human judgment. Why are we looking to reduce a subjective experience to objective criteria anyway? The subtleties of music and audio reproduction are for those who appreciate it. Differentiation by numbers is for those who do not".--Nelson Pass

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    I don't think either of those options above are 'free' in the long run.

    If you are looking at free programs, you sometimes need to have separate ripping and burning software especially with DVDs.

    For ripping Audio, nothing beats EAC. You can rip to your PC in FLAC, .wav, (or MP3 if you want lossy) and the software will let you burn too.

    For ripping DVDs, DVD Fab Decrypter works best in my experience.

    For shrinking/authoring/burning, I suggest you read the guides at Doom9.org.

    I personally thing that the Nero Suite of software is well worth the asking price.
    It has practically everything you need to author, compress, encode, burn just about any type of audio and/or video disc. The only thing they don't include are the 'rippers' (I'm sure due to fears of lawsuit from the studios). Nero Recode alone is worth it for shrinking/burning DVD backups.

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    If you are just talking about burning discs, with no need to un-encrypt etc, this one works fine:

    http://cdburnerxp.se/

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    DVD Fab is an excellent straight forward DVD ripping/authoring program. Not sure if it was free or not. But I used to use DVD Shrink and DVD Fab is leaps and bounds nicer and more user friendly.

    But as others stated "freeware" is going to be limited on the functions it performs. I've found in the end if you even get a little usage out of it paying is the best option.

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    Are you guys kidding? Sorry but I will have to disagree with all of those choices. The most stable burning program around is Image Burn. Its free, it's uber small, and it will burn anything.

    I have personally burned over 200 dual layer DVD's, and well over 500 DVD's with this program. Not once have I ever had a crash or an error. The only error I have ever got with this program is when the DVD media I had chosen sucked. Seriously do not look any further.

    http://www.imgburn.com/
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